Welcome to the Florida Historical Quarterly online. Published four times a year by the Florida Historical Society, with editorial offices at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, the FHQ is the leading scholarly publication and journal of record in Florida history.

Editor

Connie L. Lester

Assistant Editor and Book Review Editor

Daniel S. Murphree

Digital Editor

Scot A. French

Podcast Editor

Robert Cassanello

Board of Editors

  • Mikaëla M. Adams, University of Mississippi
  • Jack Davis, University of Florida
  • James M. Denham, Florida Southern College
  • Andrew Frank, Florida State University
  • Elna Green, San Jose State University
  • Steven Noll, University of Florida
  • Paul Ortiz, University of Florida
  • Brian Rucker, Pensacola State College
  • John David Smith, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
  • Melanie Shell-Weiss, Grand Valley State University
  • Brent Weisman, University of South Florida
  • Irvin D.S. Winsboro, Florida Gulf Coast University

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Tidally United: Cultural Resources Shoreline Monitoring and Public Engagement Summit - August 5-6, Flagler College, St. Augustine

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H-Teach Call for Book Reviewers

As a community of teacher-scholars, H-Teach is uniquely positioned to offer book reviews of interest beyond specialized research, for the daily work of preparing lessons and lectures, creating assignments, and overseeing student research projects. To expand the network’s book review program, please consider volunteering as a reviewer.

Individual topical H-Net discussion networks (e.g., H-Asia, H-Germany, H-Atlantic, etc.) commission reviews of monographs in their fields. Potentially any of those works are relevant to H-Teach members as well. Even more so are recent works that offer overviews or quick access to sources, narratives, or historiographical debates of use for list members in their classes.

These works might include: encyclopedias, handbooks, and other collected articles that indicate the current state of research in a particular field; sourcebooks and other primary source collections; new textbook editions; historical atlases; and monographs that provide any kind of broad chronological, interdisciplinary, trans-national, or comparative global perspective on a period, field, or subject.

Other books that could be of interest to H-Teach members include works that provide context for classroom discussions of current events, including histories of race, civil rights, democracy, and immigration. If interested, please contact Camarin.Porter@nau.edu to discuss a potential review.
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